Langtang Trekking

Langtang trekking is much more is closer to Kathmandu and a little less populated than other trekking destinations in Nepal. This trekking route moves along with the Langtang Valley that lies along the Tibetan Border. Starting from the village of Dunche, Langtang trekking continues hiking in an open valley .Rhododendrons look beautiful with the mountains right beside them. Birds, and animals like Wild Boar and Languor monkey can be stopped as well. The Tibetan influence increases as you climb up. Though the climb to Tserko Ri (4,984m) is very challenging, it gives some of the most spectacular Himalayan views. However, you can also take a shorter walk up to Kyanjin Ri or walk further up the valley. The Gompa at Kyanjin in midst of the Himalayas and the views from all directions are phenomenal.

From Kyanjin Gompa you will move over to the beautiful Ganja La (5400m.), a challenging pass situated on the flank of the Naya Kang (5846m/19175ft). Though the last few meters of ascent to the prayer flags on the pass require some scrambling it welcomes fabulous views of the Ganesh and Jugal Himal peaks. Then you have the option of choosing different way for different pass. After spectacular view of Gosaikunda Lake at the valley, you can see another magnificent pass called Lauri-bina Pass and if you have time you can continue until Kathmandu passing the Helambu village.

Langtang Trekking is done best from the beginning of March to end of May and beginning of September to end of December. The details of the itinerary can be amended or changes according to you holiday plan.